The prodigy in CIS Dota 2 Roman "RAMZES666" Kushnarev has appeared in the nominee list of Sports and Esports in the section of "30 to 30". Though just 20 years old, the youngster has been really popular nationally and internationally. He was featured in the Head & Shoulders commercial in Russia with flashy hair, sporty shoes with the gestures of a successful Esports player.

Flashy hair with grown-up gestures of a true Esports player
Although he is just so young, he has achieved great success with his professional organization Virtus Pro. The team is currently ranked #1 in CIS region and is listed among the top contenders of competitive Dota 2 scene. The team has won 6 Dota 2 majors, scooping the 2nd most Dota Pro Circuit 2018-19 points.

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The young Major winner

According to Forbes, RAMZES666 is an idol among Russian youngsters, also one in the few of those who have reached 10k MMR in Dota 2. Along with his teammates, he has helped to win $8.4 million from the events they attended for the organization. RAMZES666 currently plays the role of carry in his team. Roman Kushnarev was born 25 April 1999. He had played Dota 2 for quite a while then began his professional career in 2015 by joining ScaryFaceZ.

In September 2015 Kusharev joined CIS Rejects line-up that was shortly signed by Team Spirit organization. In January 2016 the team qualified for The Shanghai Major 2016 and claimed the 13-16 place in March. On 5 March 2016 RAMZES666 transferred from Team Spirit to Team Empire. With his new team, Kushnarev qualified for The Manila Major 2016 Europe Qualifier, where he claimed the 9-12 place. Later, the line-up claimed the first place in Global Grand Masters.

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The Virtus Pro carry player

In August, RAMZES666 joined the updated roster. During their first month, the line-up qualified for all high-level tournaments and also won BTS Europe #4 and The Summit 6. In the ranks of the VP.G2A roster, Kushnarev claimed the 5-8 place in The Boston Major 2016.

Besides RAMZES666, the list in Forbes included many famous sports players like Light Heavyweight Champion Khabib Nurmagomedov,  Olympic figure skater champion Zagitova or football player Alexander Golovin currently playing for AS Monaco.